Time 100 Ideas

In genius rankings, Time 100 Ideas (Time 100:#) refers to Time Magazine’s 2011 special edition publication of 100 Ideas that Changed the World: History’s Greatest Breakthroughs, Inventions, and Theories, as compiled by the editors of Time, predominately: managing editor Richard Stengel and editor and writer Richard Lacayo.

List
The following is the list of 100 ideas: [1]

Ancient World
1. Animism
2. Monotheism | Akhenaten
3. Geometry
4. Afterlife
5. Hammurabi’s code of laws
6. Alphabet
7. Seven Day Weeks
8. Democracy
9. Buddhism
10. Confucianism
11. Stoicism
12. Atomism
13. Socratic Method
14. Platonic Ideal
15. Aristotelian Logic
16. Infinity
17. Epicureanism
18. Skepticism
19. The Roman Arch
20. Christianity
21. Apocalypse
22. Augustine’s The City of God

Middle Ages
23. Problem of Evil | Boethius
24. Free Will?
25. Islam
26. Iconoclasm | Ban of Religious Imagery
27. Zero
28. Gunpowder
29. Habeas Corpus
30. Trial by Jury | Henry II
31. The Magna Carta
32. Thomas Aquinas
33. Mysticism
The Renaissance
34. Humanism
35. Classicism
36. Spatial Perspective
37. Movable Type
38. Niccolo Machiavelli
39. Utopia
40. The Protestant Reformation
41. Nicolaus Copernicus

The Age of Enlightenment
42. Scientific Method
43. The Divine Right of Kings
44. "I Think, Therefore I Am"
45. Electricity
46. Thomas Hobbes' Leviathan
47. Newtonian Physics
48. John Locke's Two Treatises
49. The Cyclical Theory of History
50. Deism
51. "The best of all possible worlds"
52. Marine Chronometers
53. Separation of Powers
54. Jean Rousseau
55. The Free Market
56. Immanuel Kant
57. Hegel's Dialectic
58. Edmund Burke's Conservatism
59. Women's Rights | Mary Wollstonecraft
60. Equality
61. Separation of Church and State
62. Utilitarianism
Modern Times
63. Romanticism
64. Transcendentalism
65. Trade Unionism
66. Anarchism
67. Photography
68. Marxism
69. Nationalism
70. Abolitionism
71. Genetics
72. Nihilism
73. Evolution
74. The Germ Theory of Disease
75. Friedrich Nietzsche
76. Pragmatism
77. Freudianism
78. Flight
79. Leninism
80. Relativity
81. Modernism
82. The Collective Unconscious
83. The Assembly Line
84. Big Bang
85. Surrealism
86. Keynesian Economics
87. Fascism
88. Television
89. Computers
90. Existentialism
91. Nonviolence
92. Atheism
93. Chaos theory
94. Gay Identity
95. Behaviorism
96. Structuralism | Claude Levi-Strauss
97. Monetarism
98. Extraterrestrial Life
99. Animal Rights
100. The World Wide Web

(add)
-
References
1. Stengel, Richard. (2011). 100 Ideas that Changed the World: History’s Greatest Breakthroughs, Inventions, and Theories (Amz). Time Magazine.

Further reading
‚óŹ Arp, Robert. (2013). 1001 Ideas That Changed the Way We Think. Publisher.

TDics icon ns

More pages